Roll20Con has come and gone, and there were a lot of announcements during the event. And we have the full roundup for you below.

Between the mobile app being fully launched and out of beta, to all of the new content coming in the next couple of months, there is something for everyone on Roll20. But let’s start there with the mobile app.

Roll20 Mobile App

So the app is officially out of beta and is now available for everyone. And the massive amount of improvements done to it is amazing. The app was also used during the playthrough of the newest D&D book: Srixhaven: A Curriculum Of Chaos.

The new killer features include:

  • The ability to easily view your Roll20 character sheets including character stats, skills, and proficiencies.
  • Rolls for abilities, combat, and spells.
  • Use your favorite math rocks or send all your rolls right to the VTT chat, powered by Roll20’s signature quantum roll server.
  • Make non-combat skill checks like persuasion and investigation.
  • Players can manage and track their ever-important HP, available spell slots, inventory, hit dice, and death saves – all from within the app.

So the new app will make playing your TTRPG games on Roll20 even easier. We even have a few images from both the iPhone and iPad apps to show you:

Dice Roll Option For iPhone
Dice Roll Option For iPad
Roll20 iPhone App
Roll20 iPad App

But with the new experience of using the app, you need games to play on it. Luckily, Roll20 has a lot of games releasing between the end of this year and the beginning of next year.

New Games

So let’s start off with the games that got released during Roll20Con. Those games include:

  • The Dark Eye/Das Schwarze Auge from Ulisses Spiele
  • The Official Art Packs From The Unsleeping City From Dimension 20
  • Adventures On A Dime 2.0 From Dungeons On A Dime

Meanwhile, there are quite a few games releasing before the end of the year. One major is the new MTG/D&D crossover book. But here is the rest of the Q4 2021 launches for Roll20:

  • Cyberpunk RED from R. Talsorian
  • The Advanced Lovers & Lesbians Expansion For Thirsty Sword Lesbians and more Fate of Cthulhu from Evil Hat Productions
  • Galactic Magic, Lost Omens: Absalom, City of Lost Omens, Lost Omens: Monsters of Myth from Paizo
  • Keeper Screen Pack (2 new scenarios) in November 2021, Doors to Darkness (5 beginner scenarios) in December from Chaosium
  • 8 New Fiasco Playsets from Bully Pulpit (exclusively launching on Roll20 week of Thanksgiving)
  • Astonishing Adventures/Mutants & Masterminds, Return to Freeport from Green Ronin

Next, we have the Q1 2022 releases for Roll20, and there is a lot of content for every type of TTRPG fan:

What’s Next?

Now, we only have two announcements so far for Q2 2022. One is Tormenta 20 from Jambo Editora, And the other is the newest game from Hunters Entertainment, Exquisite Crimes.

Most of these already have confirmed release dates. But you’ll have to stay tuned to Roll20 for the latest release date announcements for the rest.

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